1. 14:25 1st Sep 2014

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  2. 15:24 31st Aug 2014

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    rawmanda:

Pie Pan Fruit Platter ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜œ
Happy Sunday to all my fruit lovers!  I’ll be grazing on these beauties today. Can’t believe summer is over! Fall is a beautiful time here in Washington DC ๐Ÿ˜ Where are all of my gorgeous followers from?!? Let me know in the comments below ๐Ÿ‘‡ http://ift.tt/1pYuYa1

    rawmanda:

    Pie Pan Fruit Platter ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜œ
    Happy Sunday to all my fruit lovers! Iโ€™ll be grazing on these beauties today. Canโ€™t believe summer is over! Fall is a beautiful time here in Washington DC ๐Ÿ˜ Where are all of my gorgeous followers from?!? Let me know in the comments below ๐Ÿ‘‡ http://ift.tt/1pYuYa1

     
  3. 15:23

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  4. 10:32

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Camille 

    onlyfitgirls:

    Camilleย 

     
  5. 00:13

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    recoverykitty:

 
     
  6. 14:33 30th Aug 2014

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    Angelina Jolie at 19 years old (1994)

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  8. 11:28 28th Aug 2014

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    onlyfitgirls:

Lauren Fisher CF Games 2014

Bae

    onlyfitgirls:

    Lauren Fisher CF Games 2014

    Bae

     
  9. 11:27

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    Eating Disorder Questions: send me a number

    1. 1: What ‘eating disorder behaviours’ have you been able to overcome so far?
    2. 2: How did you overcome some of your eating behaviours?
    3. 3: What is a part of your body that you have come to love since embarking on recovery?
    4. 4: What does recovery mean to you?
    5. 5: Why have you chosen to recover?
    6. 6: What has recovery given you so far?
    7. 7: When you were in the depths of your eating disorder, what were some of the irrational/false beliefs you had? How are these different now?
    8. 8: What have you learnt to appreciate since starting recovery?
    9. 9: Can you remember when you started to think about recovery? What were your thoughts? Are these any different now?
    10. 10: What makes life worth living?
    11. 11: What things have you learnt about yourself since starting recovery?
    12. 12: What things did you used to deny yourself during your eating disorder? How do you feel when you allow yourself them now?
    13. 13: Who can you rely on for support?
    14. 14: What has been a positive stand out moment for you so far in recovery?
    15. 15: Have you had any ‘A-H-A’ moments?
    16. 16: What keeps you going day to day?
    17. 17: What is a food you missed during your disorder that you enjoy now?
    18. 18: What is a hobby you missed during your disorder that you enjoy now?
    19. 19: What did you eating disorder take away from you?
    20. 20: Have you experienced any relapse? How did you overcome it or how are you working through it?
    21. 21: Are you able to exercise for enjoyment? If not, how are you working towards this? If yes, what do you enjoy?
    22. 22: How were your relationships with others tested by your eating disorder? Are they better now?
    23. 23: How was your relationship to yourself tested by your eating disorder? Is it better now?
    24. 24: Do you believe that you are beautiful? Do you believe that one day, you will believe you are beautiful?
    25. 25: What are things you can do now you are recovering/recovered that you couldn’t do during your eating disorder?
    26. 26: Were you ever diagnosed with an eating disorder? How did this effect your recovery, either yes or no.
    27. 27: Have you identified triggers? How do you avoid them or manage them?
    28. 28: How have you rewarded yourself throughout recovery? If you haven’t, how can you?
    29. 29: What is a current short term goal you are aiming for in your recovery?
    30. 30: What does being ‘recovered’ mean to you? Do you think this goal is realistic?
    31. 31: Have you been able to take any positives from your experience of having an eating disorder?
    32. 32: What parts of recovery are you truly proud of?
    33. 33: Have you been able to eat a ‘fear food’? What was it? How did it feel?
    34. 34: What do you like about yourself now that you are in recovery?
    35. 35: When do you feel most attractive? Why? Is it a place, time or outfit?
    36. 36: What health problems are you now doing better with since embarking on recovery?
    37. 37: Do you have more confidence in yourself now?
    38. 38: How did your eating disorder & recovery change the way you think about things now?
    39. 39: Were you ever in denial of your eating disorder? How did you overcome this?
    40. 40: If you could have started recovery earlier, would you?
    41. 41: Did you isolate yourself during your eating disorder? How has this changed now? If it hasn’t how do you hope it will?
    42. 42: How did your eating disorder behaviours make you feel about yourself? How do you feel about yourself in comparison now? Or how do you hope you will feel?
    43. 43: What was something that made you realise an eating disorder was unhealthy for you?
    44. 44: Did anyone reach out to you during your eating disorder? How did you respond? How do you feel about that now?
    45. 45: What was your body’s purpose during your eating disorder? What is your body’s purpose now or what do you hope its purpose to be?
    46. 46: What was success during your eating disorder? What is success in recovery?
    47. 47: Did you ever view ‘thinspo’ during your eating disorder? How do you feel about that now?
    48. 48: Did anyone ever encourage your weight loss? What would you say to them now if you could?
    49. 49: Do you plan to symbolise what you have been through in anyway?
    50. 50: If you could give advice to someone contemplating recovery, what would it be?
     
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  11. 17:06 27th Aug 2014

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    lilhabenero:

    Mashed frozen banana is not ice cream. Stop lying to yourself.

     
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  13. 23:11 26th Aug 2014

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    celsisus:

This is 100% not an exaggeration

    celsisus:

    This is 100% not an exaggeration

    (Source: 2hot2bstr8)

     
  14. 22:43 25th Aug 2014

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    onlyfitgirls:

Camille by @revistacf photo

    onlyfitgirls:

    Camille by @revistacf photo